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accepted scientific name
(I.M. Johnst.) I.M. Johnst.
rules for finding collection records
Pectocarya heterocarpa (965)
Image Author: ©2010
& Richard Felger, Western New Mexico University Department of Natural Sciences and the Dale A. Zimmerman Herbarium
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Flowers: Five petals
Plant Observed beginning of February thru end of May
How Likely at this Location (29%)
Name Match (100%)
Plant Showiness (27%)
Links to Plant Descriptions
Michael G. Simpson
USDA PLANTS profile
Links to Plant Photos
New Mexico Flora
Where the plant has been found
Habitat where plant was found
Elevation (feet) vs. Time of Observation (Flowering)
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